Room Description

This super deluxe room is located in the eastern direction. The super deluxe semi suite room is situated on the second floor. It has a small seating area in front of the inbuilt hearth (Fireplace), suitably decorated wardrobe with jewellery safe. One can enter the room from southern direction facing north & its washroom can be located in the north-western corner. The total area of the room is approximately 290sq ft.

It has the following features:

  • 12mm thick thermal insulation with 3mm woollen wall to wall carpets on the floor for protection against the biting cold.
  • Wall panelling with one of the strongest bamboos (Mal Baas) of the state.
  • The twin cots are made up of the costliest timber wood locally called Rani Chaanp generally used for furniture in Sikkim.
  • Bamboo (mal baas) furnished luggage rack and shoe rack. Mini wardrobe also available.
  • Suitably decorated ceiling with mal baas mat all across.
  • Intercom & call-bell facilities are supported with Central eco-friendly solar water heating system.
  • All the illumination is done with eco-friendly and energy saving LED lights/T.V.
  • The washrooms are comfortably sized and finished with marble/ceramic tiles with Hot and Cold water available 24hrsx7days.

Apart from these common features the room is equipped with:

  • Shower Cap
  • Soap
  • Bath & Hand Towel
  • Shampoo
  • Bath Mat
  • Bucket, mug & bath tool
  • Sanitary bins
  • Wall Mixer & Telephone Shower
  • Shoe Shine
  • Pair of slippers
  • Coffee & Tea Maker

This room is named after one of the four famous holy caves of Sikkim where it is believed that Lord Gurupadmasambhava had meditated. Due to these four holy caves the then ruler of Sikkim had divided Sikkim into four administrative headquarters.

The cave Khandusangphu is located nearly 30kms away along the western side of the southern village Tinkitam in the bed of the river Rangit. It houses a Dharma Dwar (Door of Righteousness) and hot water spring. This falls on the other side of the Legship-Jorethang road. This cave is historically rich and many beliefs are narrated by various scholars of Buddhism and Sanathanis. During the 8th century it is believed that Guru Padmasmbhava meditated in this holy cave while He was journeying to Tibet. It is believed that His spiritual prowess was one of the strongest amongst the saints of those days.

After full mediation in this cave the amount of peace brought to one’s state of mind is unfathomable. It is expected to experience the similar kind of peace & comfort of one’s mind and body in this room.